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PostPosted: Jan 12, 2019 12:55    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Hello Tobi, From what I can see on Mindat, it looks like "St. Michaelis Mine" is actually a number of different shafts and adits?
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PostPosted: Jan 13, 2019 04:01    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Jesse Fisher wrote:
Hello Tobi, From what I can see on Mindat, it looks like "St. Michaelis Mine" is actually a number of different shafts and adits?
As far as I know it was an aggregation of several mines and adits, yes. In German it has the the name "Fundgrube" instead of "Grube" which means that is once was a whole mining claim and not a single mine.
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PostPosted: Jan 13, 2019 11:16    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Thank you for the translation. I saw that word, but it is often hard to find English translations of German compound nouns. I look up the parts and get "Find Mine." This makes sense! I now have a new word as well as a new specimen.
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PostPosted: Oct 14, 2019 14:12    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Another nice fluorite twin from Beihilfe. Very much like Weardale twins, but not strongly fluorescent.


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 Mineral: Fluorite
 Locality:
Beihilfe Mine, Halsbrücke, Freiberg District, Erzgebirgskreis, Saxony/Sachsen, Germany
 Dimensions: 7x5x4 cm overall size.
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PostPosted: Oct 14, 2019 16:07    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

In reviewing Am Mizunaka's posting from January 16 2014 (before my time), I believe the "unidentified reddish mineral" is almost certainly sphalerite. Bob
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Fluorite, galena, quartz, and unidentified reddish mineral.
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PostPosted: Oct 15, 2019 03:52    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

What a GREAT Beihilfe specimen, Jesse, I really like that one!

Bob Harman wrote:
In reviewing Am Mizunaka's posting from January 16 2014 (before my time), I believe the "unidentified reddish mineral" is almost certainly sphalerite. Bob
am mizunaka wrote:
Fluorite, galena, quartz, and unidentified reddish mineral.
I looked in the posting from January 16 2014 and I agree with Bob, the reddish crystals are most likely sphalerite, I added this information to the original post.

Thanks Bob!
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PostPosted: Dec 03, 2019 19:39    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Another new (for me) fluorite from the Erzgebirge, acquired at the recent Munich show.


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 Mineral: Fluorite with Barite
 Locality:
Bergmannisch Gluck Flacher vein, Frohnau, Annaberg-Buchholz, Annaberg District, Erzgebirgskreis, Saxony/Sachsen, Germany
 Dimensions: 12x7x6 cm overall size
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Bergmannisch Gluck Flacher vein.
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PostPosted: Dec 04, 2019 03:20    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Jesse Fisher wrote:
Another new (for me) fluorite from the Erzgebirge, acquired at the recent Munich show.
A wonderful fluorite, Jesse, very aesthetic!
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PostPosted: Mar 25, 2020 12:01    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through Germany / Sachsen - Saxony  

Another Saxony fluorite.


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 Mineral: Fluorite with Barite
 Locality:
Inselt shaft, Frohnau, Annaberg-Buchholz, Annaberg District, Erzgebirgskreis, Saxony/Sachsen, Germany
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